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Paul Kopco, instructor of mass communications at Black Hills State University, served as a technical consultant for a recent documentary.

 

 

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Black Hills State University is joining Darwin200, a consortium of museums and academic institutions commemorating the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birth, as a part of the University’s participation in the nationally recognized Year of Science 2009.

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Artwork created by Black Hills State University students has been selected for the University Invitational 2009 at the Visual Arts Center at the Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science in Sioux Falls Jan. 16-April 19.

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The academic affairs office at Black Hills State University has released the dean’s list for the fall 2008 semester. A total of 508 students were named to the dean’s list.

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Nineteen Black Hills State University theatre students are currently participating in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (ACTF) in Lawrence, Kan.

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Dr. Garth Spellman, assistant professor in the College of Arts and Sciences at Black Hills State University, has been selected to receive the EPSCoR (Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research) Young Investigator Award and will represent South Dakota at a national conference in Washington, D.C. next month.

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Black Hills State University will host a dance-related chamber music performance entitled, “Watch Your Step,” Sunday, Feb. 1 at 2:30 p.m. in the Meier Recital Hall.

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The music department at Black Hills State University will showcase the musical talent of students at a new concert series known as the “First Friday.”

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Black Hills State University spring 2009 semester is fast approaching.  Classes begin Wednesday, Jan. 14 for classes after 4 p.m.  All other classes begin Thursday, Jan. 15.

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Dr. Meredith N. Freeman, 88, who served as president of Black Hills State University in the late 60s and the 70s, died Christmas Day at his home in Athens, W. Va., after a long illness.

 

 

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In a continuous effort to ‘Go Green,’ Black Hills State University is now offering bicycles for student, faculty, and staff use.

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Black Hills State University students and staff recently presented their research about the importance of writing centers at the International Writing Center Association Conference (IWCA) in Las Vegas, Nev.

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Dr. Gary Hagerty, assistant professor of mathematics at Black Hills State University, will participate in a panel discussion at the Joint Meeting of American Mathematics Society, a conference that brings over 5,000 collegiate mathematics professors from around the world to share and participate in the dissemination of theoretical and educational applications of collegiate mathematics.

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The College of Arts and Sciences at Black Hills State University has announced the scholarship winners for the 2008-2009 academic year.

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Black Hills State University photography students will be displaying recent work in the BHSU Photographers Gallery through Jan. 14.
The Contemporary Issues in Photography course challenged 18 students to choose a specific personal theme or project to work on over the course of three months. The images included in this exhibition are the culmination and presentation of these projects. The subject matter is wide-ranging and diverse, and there are a variety of photographic mediums presented. The student photographers have also published a companion book for the exhibition titled, Fhoto Phixation-The Sum of its Parts, which is on display and available for purchase in the gallery.

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